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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Austin, Texas - Days Inn Austin University / Downtown

The Days Inn Austin University is located within walking distance (just 2 blocks) to the University of Texas. This property is only minutes away from Downtown, the 6th Street area (world renowned for it's clubs and musical venues), the State Capitol building, and the Austin Convention Center. Thanks to reader Ben for sending us this contribution! He wants us to know that you can claim this hotel as a BRG for many dates during the Austin Rodeo which runs from March 13-28, 2009!

The rate difference is easily visible by searching Kayak.

Hotel Address: 3105 North I-35, Austin, TX 78722

Competitor Websites:
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Sample Dates: 3/15, 3/24, 3/26, 4/14 (and many other dates!)
Click here to check your specific dates

Occupancy: 2 Persons

Room Details: 1 Queen, 2 Doubles, 1 King

Rate variation: For sample date 3/24:
Orbitz- $64.47 / Days Inn- $67.15 NR ... $79 BA (1 Queen Bed)
Orbitz- $72.63 / Days Inn- $75.65 NR ... $89 BA (2 Double Beds)
Orbitz- $80.79 / Days Inn- $84.15 NR ... $99 BA (1 King Bed)

Special Comments: Hotel amenities for this Days Inn include:
free parking / complimentary Daybreak breakfast & USA Today newspaper / outdoor swimming pool / free Capitol Metro bus passes / an in-room microwave, refrigerator, alarm clock, iron, coffee maker, and high-speed internet

Click here to read Tripadvisor reviews of this property

Click here to visit the hotel's official website.

Please remember to follow up and let us know if this BRG worked for you. Simply comment on this post! Thanks!

2 comments:

MrHalliday said...

looks this goes into a non-refundable rate,
so a bit risky, but Thanks BRG !

matty said...

bah, just tried to book it--looks like Orbitz has been updated. The initial fare is still lower but when you click through to book it changes to the Days inn fare. I'm new to this BRG game (a little late, sadly) does this happen often?